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The Team

Mike Savatovsky is a family man, a hockey fan and a cancer-survivor who believes in people's ability to create amazing things! Mike works in the field of community engagement and identity development using innovation as the driving force for meaningful change. 


Each night, Mike puts his children to sleep and encourages them to dream big dreams, promising to do his very best to help them learn how to make their dreams come true.

Martin Germain is a 24-year old, skating and hockey coach who dreams of playing professional hockey in 2016.


Suffering a career-threatening, leg injury at the age of 16, Martin has made it his mission to fulfill his hockey-playing dream and help others do the same.


Jordan W. Burgess is a 30-year old, strength and conditioning trainer coaching elite ice hockey athletes and part of the staff of the Montreal Canadiennes. He dreams of helping next gen leaders and athletes reach their potential through his personal coaching practice.


Brian Mann is a 30-year old, video producer who has created content for the likes of Justin Trudeau and Dr. David Suzuki. Brian is Station Manager of Concordia University TV – a community-based organization supporting Montrealers in their creative projects. He dreams of making a career producing video content.


Ryan Szporer is a 28-year old, technical writer by day and the beat reporter for the Montreal Canadiens on The Hockey Writers by night. With more than 300 bylines to his name, Ryan dreams of one day making a full-time living writing about professional hockey.


Leslie Schachter is a 35-year old, photojournalist. When not on assignment, Les is capturing unique life moments in pictures. He dreams of one day photographing a Canadiens' regular season game.

Dr. N. Blair Whittemore is a Pediatric Hematologist and Oncologist at The Montreal Children's Hospital. He played university hockey, is married and has four grown kids. During growing season he spends a lot of time in his garden. Oh, and he saved my life, as well as Saku Koivu's. 

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